VOCABULARY LESSON: CUT “SHOULD” FROM YOUR LIFE TODAY

BY The Blog Team

According to the dictionary, the word “should” is used to indicate obligation, duty, or correctness, typically when criticising one’s actions. The word’s connotation doesn’t evoke acceptance or possibility. It doesn’t inspire change, give hope, or make you feel warm and fuzzy, either. In my opinion, it’s the one word we “could” cut out of the English language. READ MORE >

A Note From Kate: Namaste – The Benefits Of Yoga

BY Kate Hudson

Over the years, I’ve found that yoga requires dedication. It’s something I’ve practiced since I was a teenager. At that time, I went on retreats often and pored over yoga-based literature. While yoga is now just one part of my overall wellness routine, it’s still something that I derive much pleasure from. READ MORE >